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literally putting kids back together who are born without something we all take for granted. in washington, d.c., dr. dana scully, working to mend the lives (door opening) dr. scully? i've got your test results back. thank you. nurse? i need you to do something. of course. i need these samples retested. was there a problem with them? man: dr. scully? we need you in here. i just want them retested, please. thank you. oh. and i'm expecting a call-- well, i'm hoping for a call--
is the hour absolutely necessary? that i see you. we made an agreement about our meeting in unsecured environments. i took the usual precautions. i'm assuming you did, too. (plane engine humming) for over an hour. i haven't seen a soul. because you said, if i ever put the pieces together, that you would confirm. and have you put them together? i've met someone, i've seen something. 'cause you weren't even close. warring aliens lighting each other on fire and other such nonsense. i was being cleverly manipulated. and what brings this new clarity? i saw an arv running on free energy. i saw it disappear. that's what they all seem to do. but the technology exists. it's existed since roswell. and it's been in use, being used on humans in human testing, the taking of men, women and children that's misreported as alien abductions. so you believe
and i think i know the why. the why is more complicated than you may ever know, mr. mulder. 60 years ago, we were warned about the military industrial complex gathering too much power. this is old news. the countdown has begun. it began in 2012, but no one knew. tell me something new. alien technology being used against us, not by aliens, not with aliens, but by a venal conspiracy of men against humanity. you're wasting my time. what are the tests for? you tell me, mr. mulder. ten years ago, you came to me saying you couldn't take your secrets to your grave, that you couldn't live with it. i'm a man of medicine. i didn't know how my work would be used. (screaming) the lies are so great, mr. mulder. the truth must be unassailable. so let me tell the world. they'll make a mockery of us. then let me take that bullet. and these men are capable of that. you're nearly there.
roswell. that was a smokescreen. so i've been told. what are you doing here, scully? i don't hear from you all day, about the x-files. i figured it out. it all makes complete sense. we've been deceived. i don't know what you mean. i... i couldn't call you because it's gonna sound crazy. as somebody who cares about you. as somebody who's worried about you. all right, just listen to me, all right? no, you listen to me, mulder. to trust me on this. i have seen this before. you're on fire,
that you can save the world. this will finally be their undoing. it'll be your undoing, mulder. this is my life. this is everything. this is everything i believe in. you want to believe. you so badly want to believe. i do believe. i believe that tad o'malley is right. this is not an alien conspiracy. it's a conspiracy of men. tad o'malley is a charming man full of charming bs, mulder. no, he woke me up. how do you know he's not playing you? he's a player. he's been a godsend. what are you talking about? the truth is out there, scully, and tad o'malley's gonna broadcast it. mulder... listen to me. as your friend and as a physician, you are on dangerous ground here. i know what i'm doing. sveta: is everything okay? yeah, everything is okay. she's the key to everything.
(car door opens) (car door shuts) (knocks on window) hey. where you going? you're not leaving, are you? i just need to get out of here. stay. it's important. don't tell me what's important, please. i just need to leave. wasn't she invited? i would have invited you, scully, but i didn't think you'd come. i shouldn't have come. then what are you doing here? mulder, what are you up to? mulder: the tentacles reach far back into the last century, but it wasn't until victories in europe and japan
that political and economic conditions for actual execution. and more secret than the manhattan project. and far-reaching. defeated germany than a new threat started appearing in skies over america, drawn to earth by the latest threat to extinction: the h-bomb. as transducers, drawing alien life forms through wormholes in spaceships using electrogravitic propulsion. advanced extraterrestrial species visiting us, concerned for mankind and the threat of our self-destruction, forestalling our annihilation through their own self-sacrifice. the crashes at roswell. more importantly, places like aztec. world leaders signed secret memos directing scientific studies of alien technology and biochemistry. classified studies were done at military installations s4, groom lake, wright-patterson and dulce, extracting alien tissue. (woman screaming) tests were done on unsuspecting human subjects in elaborately staged abductions,
recovered from the downed saucers... (screaming) including human hybridization and forced implantation of alien embryos. and lie about it-- our own government? as a matter of course, as a matter of policy-- the tuskegee experiments on black men in the '30s; henrietta lacks. what are they trying to do? that's the missing piece. o'malley: but it's not hard to imagine-- a government hiding, hoarding... alien technology for 70 years, at the expense of human life and the future of the planet. driven not only by corporate greed, but... a darker objective. the takeover of america. o'malley: and then the world itself, by any means necessary, however violent... or cruel... or efficient. by severe drought brought on by weather wars conducted secretly using aerial contaminants and high-altitude electromagnetic waves, in a state of perpetual war to create problem-reaction-
to distract, enrage and enslave american citizens at home with tools like the patriot act and the national defense authorization act, which abridged the constitution in the name of national security. the militarization of police forces in cities across the u.s. the building of prison camps by the federal emergency management agency with no stated purpose. the corporate takeover of food and agriculture, pharmaceuticals and health care, even the military, in clandestine agendas, to fatten, dull, sicken and control a populace already consumed by consumerism. and i encourage you all to go shopping more. a government that taps your phone, collects your data and monitors your whereabouts with impunity. a government preparing to use that data against you when it strikes and the final takeover begins. the takeover of america. by a well-oiled and well-armed multinational group of elites that will cull, kill and subjugate. happening as we sit here. it's happening all around us.
it'll probably start on a friday. the banks will announce a security action necessitating their computers to go offline all weekend. digital money will disappear. they can just steal your money? followed by the detonation of strategic electromagnetic pulse bombs to knock out major grids. what will seem like an attack on america by terrorists or russia. or a simulated alien invasion using alien replica vehicles that exist and are already in use. an alien invasion of the u.s. the russians tried it in '47. you can't say these things. i'm gonna say them tomorrow. it's fearmongering claptrap, isolationist techno-paranoia so bogus and dangerous and stupid... that it borders on treason. saying these things would be incredibly irresponsible. mulder: it's irresponsible not to say it. especially if it's the truth.
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he paid me to create stories about alien abductions. he is saying lies and stories for his tv show so people will watch. i am... so sorry if i misled anyone. they got to her. o'malley: these are the depths our government stoops to. o'malley: we must be making them very afraid. dr. scully? your test results came back in. sveta? sveta? sveta? no, no. (tires screech) garner: stop! you can't! you have no right...
mulder: there's something called the venus syndrome. it's a runaway global warming scenario that leads us to the brink of the sixth extinction. those with means will prepare to move off the planet into space, which has already been weaponized against the poor, huddled masses of humanity that haven't been exterminated by the uber-violent fascist elites. if you believe in that kind of thing. you look exhausted, mulder. it was a long day at the office. i don't know if you saw, but... tad o'malley pulled the plug. they're very good, these guys, you know? and what about sveta? where is she? i'm sure they scared her to death. we need to find her, mulder. we need to protect her, no matter what. why? you said her tests came back negative.
in fact... i sequenced her entire genome because i didn't trust the initial results. are you saying she has alien dna? and i sequenced my own genome-- because of my history and... because we have a child together. scully... what are you saying? i'm saying she's not the only one. these sons of bitches. (ringtone plays, phone vibrates) skinner. skinner. scully, are you ready for this?
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the key plays which put an end to tom brady's revenge tour. also tonight sweeping out. a local man killed. plus, a major change in store for the workweek forecast. a fox 55 investigation even with as many as five o.u.i.s still on the road. the current laws that some say go too easy on drunk drivers and the new push to do something about it. a police chase in be brockton ends. the fox 25 news at 11:00 starts right now. this is fox 25 news at 11:00. the patriots fought until the last second but to no avail. >> hi everyone i'm vanessa well,. >> and i'm mark ockerbloom. patriots fans will have to wait until next year for the chance at super bowl title number five. sports director tom lieden kicks off our team coverage from denver. tom, the offense just could
championship game. they could not get it into gear. all day and once again he is now 0-3. let's show you -- they -- the broncos did capitalize on an opportunity. to
owen daniels they had the halftime lead. came down to the bitter end patriots down 8. fourth and goal. they need it for a chance to tie. brady connects with rob gronkowski but on the ensuing two point drive brady has his pass tipped. that is all she wrote.
20-18 is your final today. >> they are a very good defense. they got good coverage they got a good rush put a lot of pressure on you. you know we made a lot of plays. a lot of plays we didn't make. >> our guys fought to the very end like they always do. in the end we just couldn't make our plays it's such a fine line today. between winning and losing that they all could have done just a little bit more. >> you got to give credit to denver. here a good team. they're a very solid defense. but, we just got to do a better job. >> joined now live by butch stearns in a lot of respects by the patriots coming in and out of this game. >> i think fans will point to a lot of reasons why they
they received, they won the toss tom, they lost this game because denver's defense beat them it's really that simple. >> and they lost this game because this game was played here. a yuckus -- a rummious crowd. >> denver is patriots and tom brady's house of horrors it and will continue to be. only team he has as lowing record against. >> incredible stat. now goskowski he felt absolutely terrible just hoping he would get another shot but it never came. >> i mean, these guys work a lot. all day, put their bodies and lives on the line for me to come out here and lose by two point missed the kick it's a nightmare scenario. i can't really explain how i feel right now it's just
lot of and i let a lot of people down. it's just not a great feeling. >> you got to respect how stephen shouldered the blame. we'll have more coming up throughout the night. we're in the locker room with tons of coverage here from denver. for butch stearns i'm tom lieden. back to you. >> thanks, guys. tonight we caught up with some fans after the heartbreaking loss. >> that's what i was fearful of. fan for many, many years. still, happy with the season a lot of injuries. i think if they had that number one it would have made a real lot of difference. but they fought hard and you got to still be proud of them regardless. >> i had faith until the bitter end. the game is not over until it's over, you know. a sad ending, but we got another year coming. right now we are awaiting the patriots arrival back in foxborough. the pats expected to return on an overnight flight from denver. tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. head coach bill
of season media briefing. we will be there with live coverage during the fox 25 morning news that gets underway at 4:00 a.m. don't forget we'll have expert analysis and extended coverage of the big upset coming up on fox 25 "sportswrap" in just under an hour. now to a tragedy in the snow. this dorchester man hit and killed by a plow this morning it happened just his doors. crystal haynes is live where the conditions may have led to this tragedy. crystal? >> reporter: well, i can tell you that this intersection is extremely busy here and as you can see just behind me there is still parts of the sidewalk that have not been cleared completely from this snow. the city just really digging out and then some 12 hours later as you said, tragedy struck. >> reporter: he was nice he was very quiet though. >> reporter: shelby describing the moments after her downstairs neighbor was
dump truck used for plowing snow at the intersection of dorchester avenue and harborview street late sunday morning. >> you could still see the plow truck and you could see like there was white blankets under it because they couldn't get him out at the time. >> reporter: shelby testimonies me, nick who is in his late 60s lives just steps from where he was hit and in the moments immediately after the collision investigators came to their apartment house here on dorchester avenue trying to piece together what happened. >> we were like wondering if he was home and knocking on the door but nobody was answering it. >> very shocking, very sad. >> reporter: fox 25 cameras rolling as witnesses described the disturbing collision to police. it was about 12 hours after the city dug out of its first major snowstorm. >> people were walking around on the street like i had to do in my neighborhood. >> it sounds like it could be pretty dangerous, yes. >> reporter: boston police telling fox 25 that the driver is cooperating with
it's a tragic accident. again, unclear as to what happened. the time that the sun was shining brightly down the street. >> now i did speak with nick's family they are requesting privacy tonight. in the meantime, boston police say if you have any information you are asked to contact them. i also reach out to this private company that actually owned that tow truck and did not receive an answer. but we are going to stay on top of this one. for now reporting in dorchester tonight, i'm crystal haynes, fox 25 news. taking a live look now at the mass pike in brighton and the ride out there whole lot better than it was 24 hours ago when we saw snow and ice. fox 25 chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz joins us now from the storm tracker weather center. kevin some parts of the area recommend got the brunt of this storm. what i wanted to point out how it cuts off in northern massachusetts a shutout for places in new hampshire, vermont and northern mass.
reports coming in from cape cod and west yarmouth at 13. kingston still over seven inches and onto the north shore lynn getting four inches. back here into worcester airport getting only 2.8 inches of snow from this the jackpot of course was to our south 1.50 to three feet of snow falling there. that's pretty amazing. and we saw here in our part of the world some pretty high totals. look at this shepherdstown, west virginia only 40 inches of snow at j.f.k. airport over 30 inches of snow. logan getting over six inches of snow officially though and tonight there are a couple flurries out there. not a big concern but if you're seeing a few snowflakes especially to the west of boston this is the reason why. out in -- these aren't going to be a problem they are just flurries. however there is a warmup on the way believe it or not. it will do some melting. i'll show you when you can expect that. >> the communities which saw more than a foot of snow news of warmer temps on the
fox 25's christine mccarthy checked out the cleanup effort today after the massive winter storm. >> reporter: sandwich resident katie weber digs out on sunday as the snow has finally finished hammering cape cod and the islands. >> ready for florida. >> reporter: power outages across the area. >> it got pretty nasty out. we lost power twice but luckily it came back on. >> reporter: parts of the cape got heavy winds adding to blizzard conditions in several locations, including plymouth. >> while at high tide sunday morning pounding don and paula jacobs home and us. >> it's scary, you know, especially during high tide. so we watched the tides very closely we prepared. officials blocked off turner road as saltwater gusted in. the jacob's basement took in
worst days. as bad as the storm was yesterday it doesn't even compare to what happened a year ago. >> reporter: the churning seas were a spectacle for those who weren't busy watching their home. jennifer allen got a little closer than she wanted. >> i didn't run fast enough to beat the wave, i didn't realize it was going come up so close to the street. >> reporter: here on turner road and really all the way down to the scituate lighthouse appear to be more of a creek than a street. but everyone's attitude here seem to be pretty positive considering it's much better than last year. in scituate, christine mccarthy, fox 25 news. new at 11:00 now a store clerk stabbed in hand during a robbery. this happened in concord, new hampshire this afternoon. the suspect walked in and flashed a knife and demanded money. the clerk tried to fight him off with a stick. the suspect ran off with cash from the are register. police are still seavering for him tonight. new at 11:00 a suspected drunk driver charged in a deadly crash.
running over of lunenburg on main street on saturday. he will be arraigned on those charges next month. a man is recovering tonight after being hit by a plow during last night's storm. police say the man was walking his dog in yarmouth when he was hit. the man suffered only minor injuries and the driver is not facing charges. four men break into a local home with two children inside the youngest 7 years old. worcester police say when the children's mother came home all four of the men were still inside it happened on harlow street on nurse. the armed suspect though got away with some julie. a police chase leads to a wild crash. still ahead on the fox 25 news at 11:00 what happened in the moments after the impact. drunk drivers back on the roads despite third, fourth, even fifth o.u.i. convictions. >> i think something is wrong with the system in that we, we're not doing what we should be doing to get these people off the road. >> in the next 20 minutes
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a police chase ends in a major wreck. a dwroft nine cars involved all because someone tried to outrun the law. >> as fox 25's malini basu reports that crash didn't put a stop to this chase. >> reporter: that nine car accident happened at a very busy intersection three people were taken to the hospital the other victims in the crash were visibly shaken up and just confused
>> car after car piled up in brockton it all started after police were chasing a stolen car. they were racing for the signal that guy coming in that way. it just hit the car. andy patel works at the gas station on the corner. >> i hear the big sound. i take care
of the customer. and i heard a big sound so i check out. it shows the suspect on the republican.
he's going to run away. this chaos is notting some patel is used to seeing around here.
>> at this hour we are being told that the victims in the crash all have minor injuries as are now for the suspects he's also at the making sure he doesn't try to make a run for it again. for now we are in brockton. when it comes to pages and other gas prices well below $2 across the country. it's $1.83 that's down month.
massachusetts bringing in at just above average costs as low as $160 that were put on display. analysts say prices will continue to drop. flames jumping from scene last night. two plow drivers working during the storm saw the fire and called it in and the cause is still unknown. still to come tonight prisoners on the loose and the feds do not know how long they've been free. in next half hour the dramatic escape three men pulled off and the efforts right now to haul them in. some flurries flying out there right now but i'm talking about warmer temperatures what our next chance for rain and snow is this week. but first, fox 25 investigates and we uncover
three o.u.i. convictions and those aren't even worst. >> reporter: fox 25's erik rasmussen explains why more and more victims say suspend be the licenses of repeat drunk drivers just isn't enough. >> if it was the day after christmas had the green light proceeding through the light and all of a sudden a car just cut right across our path accelerating quite violently. >> reporter: jeff thorn barely had time to hit the breaks. >> you realize all of a sudden yes, there's going to be to be an impact. >> this is the cathat are hit thorn and his family in main street in salisbury. we immediately said that person has to be drunk. but it didn't end here. police say the drunk driver took off making it a couple miles into amesbury and her smashup s.u.v. where officers eventually arrested her. >> reporter: fox 25 investigates discovered this was more doyle's fourth time in front of a judge accused of drunk driving. r.m.v. records reveal a three dwrng w.i. conviction
suspension of her license didn't stop the 58-year-old driving or posting pictures on social media with alcohol. now doyle is locked up you until at least her next court date. >> we could have been there didn't care. she's not the only one fox 25 has reported on accused repeat offenders. another one in the last week according to mass dot records nearly 29,000 in the drivers state
have three o.u.i. convictions 3,000 with four o.u.i.s and 2,500 convicted more than five times. the most by one person the national highway traffic safety administration identified a massachusetts driver with 21 drunk driving convictions. right now it often takes a fifth drunk driving conviction for a lifetime suspension in massachusetts. connecticut, new hampshire and vermont will permanently
after three o.u.i.. >>
they that would have to blow into a brothalyzer. >> tougher laws. >> reporter: come too late for chris doyle. a three time drunk driver slammed into the side of his parked police cruiser in. her pelvis was shattered. several broken ribs. and the woman who hit him did jail time and lost her license but lasting brain damage means doyle could never go back to the job he loves. do you think they should start cracking down before people get to their second, third, fourth o.u.i.?
>> it's not working now. >> we. >> just how many repeat offenders are out there. you can find it all on myfoxboston.com. kevin, first major storm has come and gone anything on the roads tonight will likely ice overnight, right. yeah it's cold enough especially your side walks the storm is wheeling on out of here. we will zoom on down. this is not accumulating
this takes you from the city of worcester down to and southward on 395 into connecticut through webster to the north around pepperell those looks like they have shifted over to the east there there's lowell and andover. and farther to the south near the town of woburn activity. it's not a big concern but it's out therement there's the freezing that they are referring to it's already cold enough. sunshine though once these clouds and flurries have gone on by tonight. in boston the allotment in terms of flurries but there will be some clouds going down to about 24 when you wake up first thing in the morning. that's ahead of our next system we'll talk about. but as far as high temperatures tomorrow sure it's still going to be on
conservatively i wanted think something on thursday. not to alarm you last week at this time showing another nor'easter coming off the but that seems suspect with the winds coming from the northeast and the cold air in place. if this were to happen we would be dealing with snow again. last week at this time we had agreement in our computer models that there was a storm coming. this time that is not the case this one is on an island by itself as far as those two main computer models are so it's something we'll be watching very closely over the next couple days and see if that's going to develop. keep this in the back of your mind we'll be talking by the all week long for as computer models. timing thursday into friday >> all right, kevin. thank you so much for joining us. don't go away we do have
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>> thanks for staying with us for this special extended edition of fox 25 news i'm vanessa welch. >> and i'm mark ockerbloom. >> in new york and mid-atlantic area took the brunt of the snow but everyone is paying for it more than 10,000 flights have been cancelled including 143 in and out of boston today. >> we should have left at 3:00 today and should have been home at 5:00 today. >> reporter: for some reason you're in boston right now. >> and i'm in boston. i'm in boston right now. >> jerry wood cocaine didn't plan on visiting massachusetts on this trip but to make it home to indy tonight she was told she didn't have a choice. >> the snow just kept coming down. >> more than two feet of snow for the weekend. cancellations began friday at j.f.k. and la guardia and both airports are still covering. the storm also did a number
>> i gotten so many pictures this is like the snow and it's like a good foot of snow right at the front door. >> reporter: when monica landed in baltimore she's worried she may not be able to make it the rest of the way home. it's hard to tell the difference. i made reservations for the next flight and they they cancelled that flight. so it was around 1:00 or 2:00 this afternoon that i even knew what was going on. >> airport operations are expected to be back to normal monday up and down the east coast. but it may take days to clear the backlog of stranded passengers and to to be. reporting in logan airport, ted daniel, fox 25 news. >> no major blackouts but a lot of snow clean up around the region after the massive overnight. places on cape and south shore hammered with more storm.
problems, too. >> it got pretty nasty out. we lost power twice but luckily it came back on. >> in scituate waves crashed over the seawall at high tide this morning but many residents say it still wasn't that bad given our recent history. >> as bad as storm was yesterday it doesn't compare to what happened a year ago. power outages across the area were scattered and very short lived. >> reporter: a local man is under arrest after firing a gun near a plow truck driver. but 60-year-old bruce o'brien of whitman was arrested and charged with several drims including carrying a firearm while under the influence. an assault
with a dangerous weapon. police say they are working to figure out a motive. happening right now the national weather service has issued a small craft advisory between newburyport mass winds of 25 to 33 knots are expected to produce five to seven foot waves.
nautical miles from shore and is in effect until noon. things are smooth going tonight in the mass pike in brighton. all the ice and snow from last night long gone. this week's
forecast will help even more of that snow disappear. we're going to warm up. >> we'll shoot those temperatures up into the 40s by tuesday but the whole week is not going to be a like that. there will be some ups and downs. there are some flakes flying in new england. you will offend some snowflakes in places like rutland, we get in a little closer out towards packston just west towards worcester you will find some of these towns still having some flakes. seeing those in a couple of flurries out there to be sure just nothing of big concern at all. boston is at 31 at this hour. it feels like 21 with winds down to 24 with sunshine first thing